In addition to challenging you visually, this workshop will further expand how you think about making prints. Topics that will be addressed include: how gel prints might translate to or become part of other works such as painting, sculpture, photography and installation.
Class discussions will take place focusing on content, technique, experimentation, and how to approach printmaking from an intuitive perspective. My printmaking classes focus on thinking outside the box, and asking "what if" questions are encouraged and embraced.
The class will use a series of personal prompts that help you realize new ways to create using gel plates. The underlying theme behind the class is to learn new material, then take that material and create gel prints that become part of your personal vocabulary.
We will address each participant's work within the class and discuss best practices for moving the work forward.
In the four 90-minute live class discussions and lectures, demos and in-depth Q&A, you will broaden the foundation of your creative practice. This course will also include a resource guide identifying where to get the best materials and supplies as well as 3 months of access to the class recordings. Course is limited to 20 students.